In-situ crankshaft annealing process is GL-approved

Setting up the annealing equipment on the ‘Ocean Dream’ engine

Goltens Worldwide Group of companies describes its repair process for in-situ annealing of medium speed four-stroke diesel engine crankshafts, for which it has been awarded worldwide approval.

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